Walter Meierjohann: 'Home Manchester will be like a mini-Barbican'
We meet the artistic director of Manchester's new cross-arts venue
Brian Blessed: 'I look on Lear as an Everest, an adventure'
When Brian Blessed takes to the stage next month he marks two firsts; portraying the troubled King Lear on stage and performing with his daughter
James Corden: An ordinary man in an extraordinary world
Corden, best known to theatregoers for The History Boys and One Man, Two Guvnors, was recently given an OBE and is about to enter the Hollywood big league thanks to Into the Woods and The Late Late Show
Fairytale team: James Corden, Anna Kendrick and Rob Marshall talk Into the Woods
We meet the director and key cast members of Disney's eagerly-anticipated film version of Stephen Sondheim's cult musical
Linda Marlowe: 'We give Miss Havisham a chance to tell her story'
Marlowe's one-woman show Miss Havisham's Expectations is currently playing at Trafalgar Studios, while she also recently joined the cast of EastEnders
20 Questions: Mother Goose's Sharon D Clarke - 'It's West End standard at East End prices'
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The longtime star of Hackney Empire panto reveals her proudest moments and why she'd like to have dinner with Nelson Mandela and Maya Angelou
Ronan Keating: 'The story of Boyzone would make a great musical'
As the singer joins the cast of Once we chat to him about his first stage role